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Angie Russi is a ceramic artist living in Rushworth, Victoria, who has been exhibiting since 1982. She has a Diploma in Fine Arts, majoring in ceramics, from The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and a Graduate Diploma in Community Cultural Development and is currently completing a Master in Community Cultural Development at Victorian College of the Arts. She is perhaps best known for her quirky ceramic guinea fowls but also works in a diverse range of other styles, including production ware, architectural and largescale sculptural ceramics, painted murals and large works on canvas.

She has conducted workshops and commissions, worked on community-based arts projects and served several times as artist in residence at primary schools and at the Shepparton Art Festival. Recently, she has been working as a facilitator on projects that take the form of community celebrations. Her mark is a painted 'Angie Russi' in several versions. (Australian Potters Marks).

I was informed that the teapot is a second and if you view the photographs you will see there are bits of glaze missing that happened during firing. It takes nothing away from the form of the pot. There are no other chips, cracks or scratches on the pot. The creamer and decoration object have no chips, cracks or scratches and they are not seconds.

The teapot measures 23 cm high with lid, 19 cm without the lid, 20 cm long from spout to handle and 12 cm wide. Creamer measures 11 cm high and 12 cm long. The decoration piece measures 13 cm high and 8 cm wide. Please view the photographs as they form part of the description. Great care is taken when packaging fragile items. This is definitely one for the collector.


20.0W x 20.0D x 23.0H